There’s some talk about it in the JL forum as the Euro-spec Rubi has had the option since the beginning and the US-spec just got it for 2021 as well. However, I haven’t found anything conclusive yet.That's a good question. I haven't found any information on it, or even a mention of it, besides in the new order guide.
There’s some talk about it in the JL forum as the Euro-spec Rubi has had the option since the beginning and the US-spec just got it for 2021 as well. However, I haven’t found anything conclusive yet.
I’m secretly hoping it’s NOT the NV242 so I don’t have to feel any buyer’s remorse with my 2020 JTR
I was about to look. Dang...
Same boat here, was hoping for a Mojave diesel option. Now it's between a diesel with Rubicon trim or a Mojave with a supercharger kit.That is about what I said, so now decide between a Ruby with Diesel (and add full time Rock Track) or go Mojave and throw on a supercharger. Really tough choice here.
Oh did you notice FCA is getting greedy again on option prices? Retards.........
The Full time rock trac is the same in everywhere EXCEPT that you also have the option of a full time 4wd that is basically AWD. As the rubicon 4wd is set up now it is not suitable for everyday 4WD (for use on wet roads or rain for example). But this Full Time feature affords you that added option. What you're doing is getting the JL Saharas full time - AWD feature added onto the Rock Trac system (no idea if the overland has the Sahara system, never bothered to look).New to Jeep world, and about to pick up a 2020 JTR, so hoping someone can help me understand the difference between the 2020 Rock Trac and this new "full time" Rock Trac? Wondering if its differences are worth doing a 2021 order instead.